Journalist, writer, educator & award-winning filmmaker
Rokhaya Diallo is a French journalist, writer, educator and award-winning filmmaker widely recognized for her work in favor of human rights. She is a contributing writer to the Washington Post, a researcher in residence for the Gender+Justice Initiative at Georgetown University (Washington DC) and was a host for BET channel (VIACOM/MTV group). In France, she teaches a class on cultural studies in Paris 1- La Sorbonne, and is a commentator for leading radio and TV channels. Rokhaya Diallo has authored over 10 books and directed several documentaries. She has also created the pioneering podcast Kiffe Ta Race (Binge Audio) along with Grace Ly, a show dedicated to addressing racial issues that was ranked amongst the best Apple podcasts.